Architecture is often absolute. It’s based on specific points and lines, order, as well as structure - defined and occupied by humans, always calculable through geometry and mathematics. In contrast, nature is dynamically invariant. It undulates in soft and sharp contrasts. It surprises by never being specific with an endless composition that cannot be defined.
But what if these two dynamic and contrasting concepts merged together into one? In creating this spring/summer Kiohne collection, we fantasized about an unruly wilderness and how it would be if it was intervened by orderly architecture.